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ferocious opponent was not on the field, but threatening from above, at michigan stadium, torrential rain and lightning sent 110,000 fans scrambling for cover. twice. >> we are suspended here. >> reporter: cutting short the michigan-western michigan game with about a minute and a half left in the third quarter. both teams agreed it was too dangerous to go on, handing michigan the win. >> we're worried about the kids, you know? you go out there and you play your heart out and then you're back in for another half hour and you get five-minute warmup and then all of a sudden the lightning strike comes again and then you come back in -- it didn't look like this was going to get any better. >> reporter: it didn't. not in michigan or iowa city, where, for the first time ever, lightning and rain delayed iowa's home opener against tennessee tech. another historic first? at notre dame, three hours of storm delays, two evacuations of the 80,000-seat stadium. >> and they announced an evacuation of the stadium just as the teams headed to the locker room at halftime. >> reporter: ironically, moments ea
-out search for the person who did this. the bomb tearing apart the car of a michigan man. hear his call to 911. >>> also, some incredible new pictures from nasa this morning. we'll explain what it is, when we come back. >>> and returning to our top story this morning. another nervous day ahead for investors and traders after the dow took a major dive yesterday. officially wiping out the gains made over the past year. a staggering fact there. on top of that, tokyo's nikkei average was closed today. but other markets are falling. hong kong's hang seng, down 333 points. in london, the ftse opened sharply lower. on wall street, the dow plunged almost 400 points yesterday. meanwhile, the nasdaq index fell 82 1/2. >>> mortgage interest rates are near record lows. the average now is 4.09 for a 30-year fixed rate loan. rates have been below 5% for all but two weeks this year. it's a great time to refinance. but the federal reserve says more than 2 million homeowners could not refinance last year because they did not meet the new, stricter criteria. >>> also, the price of gold down this morning,
panetta. severe storms in the midwest around chicago, green bay, milwaukee and travers city, michigan. thunderstorms from the twin cities to des moines, showers and thunderstorms in the rockies and morning fog along the pacific northwest. >>> a mild 70 in seattle, 95 in sacramento, phoenix hits 108 and albuquerque, 88. just shy of 100 in dallas. 90s from kansas city to detroit. 79 in new york. 88 in miami. >>> overseas now where former libyan leader moammar gadhafi is issuing some defiant new messages. broadcast from his secret hidewithout gadhafi warned that loyalist loyalists were armed and preparing for battle. he says there will be no surrender. a second audio message he accused nato of trying to occupy libya and steal its oil. meantime, international leaders including secretary of state hillary clinton lined up in support of libya's rebel leaders. this came during a meeting in paris. she warned the reblgss to secure the weapons stockpiles that were collected by the gadhafi regime and make sure they are not used to threaten libya's neighbors. >>> a virginia utility company says la
of heavy rain and lightning. and university of michigan's game against western michigan was stopped late in the third quarter because of lightning. and it never resumed. michigan, by the way, keeping score, won that game. >>> finally, it seems that movie stars are never out of the spotlight. but just ask crystal the monkey. the primate star of "night at the museum" and "the h hgover part 2" was spotted on a flight from l.a. to newark yesterday. the 17-year-old female monkey smiled for her fans and posed for pictures. how about that? i did a little research. and i could not find an faa regulation that says you cannot let a monkey buy a ticket and fly on a plane. >> true story, ron asked his producer, why is this monkey sitting in first class? >> as far as we know, she was in coach. chilling, having a beer. >> low-key. incognito. >>> let's check the weather. we're going back to scott padgett, from our miami station, local 10, wplg, also known as tropical storm lee. scott, good morning, again. >> thanks so much there -- is it david? >> boy, i knew that was s ming. >> let's take a look at wh
formed on lake michigan spawned by al of cool autumn air and warm lake waters. there were no reports of injuries or damage. >> just where relike to see them, offshore. >>> let's look at the morning road conditions. rain drenches i-95 from richmond to miami. i-20 from south carolina to alabama. and parts of i-10 from jacksonville to new orleans. i-94 from milwaukee to the twin cities. slick in the pacific northwest. >>> if you're flying, airport delays possible in chicago, detroit, atlanta, and charlotte. >>> the two freed hikers are waking up on american soil for the first time in two years. >> after arriving in new york yesterday, josh fattal and shane baaer blasted the iranian government. >> reporter: they gave the first gripping details of a long, cruel imprisonment. >> we had to go on hunger strike repeatedly just to receive letters from our loved ones. many times -- too many times, we heard the skreems of other prisoners being beaten. there was nothing we could do to help them. solitary confinement was the worst experience of all of our lives. >> reporter: though treated better
will be coming up. >>> in detroit, michigan, president obama wrapped up a speech previewing his ideas for economic growth. he spoke at a labor day rally with union members. it's serving as a dress rehearsal for the address he'll deliver on thursday night. today's appearance follows last friday's dismal jobs report which showed u.s. employers added no new jobs in august. the president is urging congress to work together. >> the time for washington games is over. the time for action is now. no more manufactured crisis, no more games. now, the time for people you sent to washington, now is the time to worry about your jobs. >> we will air the president's speech live here on thursday. it's expected to begin at 4:00 p.m.. >>> a 9/11 video that has never been seen by the public is just surfacing showing the moments right after san francisco flight 93 crashed in a field in thanksfield, pennsylvania. >> airplane crashed over on the road and bomb on board blew it up. i don't know anything more than that. that is what i heard on the scanner. it came up and the explosion shook the house. >> the
, michigan. thunderstorms in the southwest from flagstaff to denver. >> 80 in salt lake city. 82 in boise. 70 in n seattle. dallas 99. omaha 86. detroit 91. 71 in boston. 79 in new york. 80s from new orleans to miami. >>> and more federal help is on the way to vermont's flood zone. president obama has approved some major disaster aid for storm survivors in addition to the emergency relief that fema is providing as well. crews have made progress thoh in the meantime, repairing roads and restoring electricity knocked out of course by irene just a few days ago. few in have the vermont have ever seen damage like this, including coffins washed out of cemetery grounds. >>>>> on new york's long island crews are working 16-hour days to restore power to the 500,000 people who lost it after irene blew through there. there are still just under 100,000 homes and businesses waiting for the power to come back on. the power company crews will work through the holiday weekend until everyone is back online. >>> and the mysterious death at a san diego mansion has been ruled a suicide. the body of rebecca zahau
of the sky and strike ground in texas or michigan or florida or they'll plunge harmlessly into the atlantic ocean. >> it is just, not under control at all. that makes it very difficult to predict where it is going to come down. >> reporter: don't panic. that was then. now scientists say it's clear the bus-sized 6 1/2-ton satellite will crash north of australia or near the coast of chile maybe. as this simulation shows, most is expected to burn as it enters the atmosphere. two dozen pieces are expected to fall to earth as far as 500 miles apart. the odds of anyone getting hit are long, one in 3,200 according to an early estimate. but it happens. >> the chance of getting in a car wreck today is one in 16. this isn't much to worry about. >> reporter: ask this woman. she was on a walk when struck in the back of the fragment of a delta rocket. the only known victim of falling space junk has advice. >> my advice is to be outside if you see it coming run. uh-huh. >> reporter: to put it in perspective, the odds of getting struck by lightning, are one in 1 million. it happened to this man three time
's in michigan. it's been roged. the pharmacist pulls out a gun. scares the thieves away. instead of being hailed as a hero, the pharmacist got fired. he's suing walgreen's. it's a complicated one. >> it is. >>> and the 3-year-old dolled up as a pretty woman, a la julia roberts. her mother takes on the critics who say, her daughter looks too sexy, too soon. >> people will be weighing in on that. >>> and then j. lo. she gave her fans a thrill of a lifetime. >>> first to the attempted heist caught on tape. a pharmacist foiling a robbery. apparently saving the day. why did he lose his job? dan harris has more on the incident and why the man is now suing walgreengreenwalgreens. >> on the video tape, you'll see a night shift nightmare play out in real l me and you can decide whether an employee was reckless or heroic. it all plays out on this harrowing surveillance video of a walgreens fapharmacy. it's 4:30 in the morning. the pharmacist is sorting medications behind the unter. two armed men wearing masks enter. immediately, they start pointing their guns at one of the workers. then they take a second
storms around sioux falls, fargo, minneapolis and the upper peninsula of michigan. show frers burlington, vermont, to pittsburgh. thunderstorms in the rockies. >> triple digits in phoenix and colorado springs. 91 in sacramento. and just 68 in seattle. 90s from the twin cities to kansas city. 102 in dallas. 83 here in new york. and 91 in atlanta. >>> well, the forecast in one spanish town yesterday, sunny with a chance of meatballs, almost. but it was raining tomatoes, thanks to the massive food fight called the tomatina. >> some 40,000 folks showed up for this year's annual event. 120 tons of ripe tomatoes are tossed from trucks to the crowds who then toss them at each other. and for all that, the revels last just one hour, then the town opens up all the fire hydrants so everyone can wash off. this actually dates all the way back to 1944 and started very innocently dudung a parade when two kids had a tomato fight. >> look at all the fun. i guess you really have to love tomatoes to be into that. >> you would have to. good thing they have those hydrants. >> i love that book, cloudy with a
yesterday, in the midwest. showers from northern minnesota to michigan. severe storms, with hail and high winds, from new england to pittsburgh and cleveland. rain, hail and gust, storms in the desert southwest. thunderstorms from the sierra range into the rockies. >> 87 in boise. 76 in salt lake city. 95 in phoenix. dallas heats up yet again. at 105 today. 77 in kansas city. 73, detroit. and 68 in minneapolis. also some 80s from boston to atlanta. 90 in miami. >>> coming up, secret tapes of jackie kennedy. find out where she wanted to be if there were a nuclear strike on america. >>> and then, what levi johnston is now saying about the palins in his new tell-all book. >>> and athletes acting badly. e stars getting in trouble on and off the field. khkhkhkhkhkhkh >>> overseas markets are mixed, after jitters earlier over the european debt crisis. tokyo's nikkei average picked up 81 points today. hong kong's hang seng is down 836 points. in london, the ftse opened lower. on wall street, the dow gained 69 points yesterday. the nasdaq index was up 27. >>> cutbacks are coming at the nation's l
of nature actually calms the brain. in fact, researchers from the university of michigan found that workers who took just a ten-minute break to observe trees and flowers, even in photographs, saw their memory and attention span jump by 20%. >> the body is made for motion. not for keeping frozen posture for long periods of time. >> reporter: and if you are a closet internet surfer, a study from the university of singapore will thrill you. occasional zone-out breaks like this are actually mentally refreshing and will make you more productive when you get back to work. just remember to get back to work. deborah robebes, abc news, new york. >> that is good news for all of us. >>> and coming up, the general of a generation retires. what a difference he made in of a generation retires. what a difference he made in america's longest wars. to keep life balan i don't always have time to eat like i should. and the more i focus on everything else, the less time i have to take care of me. that's why i like glucerna shakes. they have slowly digestible carbs to help minimize blood sugar spikes, which can
. below freezing this morning from the dakotas to michigan. showers and thunderstorms along the east coast, from maine down to the florida panhandle. and thunderstorms from west texas to the northern rockies, up to a half a foot of mountain snow in colorado. >> snow, say it isn't so. a wet 64 in seattle. 74 in billings. 86 in boise. 62 in kansas city. dallas dips below the 80-degree mark for the first time in months. 88 in new orleans. 90 in miami. 73 here in new york. a very pleasant 73. >> not bat at all. we'll take it. up next, >>> coming up next, a major contract decision overnight, impacting thousands of autoworkers across the country. >>> and a groundbreaking study on breast cancer. and why so many women have the disease compared to a decade or two ago. >>> with the space shuttle now a thing of the past, nasa unveils the new way to get stuff into space. h@h@h@h@h@h@h@h@h@h@h@h@h@ >>> new trouble this morning for oil giant bp. a government panel says it bears the ultimate responsibility for the biggest offshore oil spill in u.s. history. investigators found that the oil company violat
. parts of wisconsin, michigan and illinois are shrouded in gray, smoggy haze. and people with respiratory problems are being urged to stay indoors. >>> and in fact, that haze could affect visibility for the morning commute in parts of the midwest. wet on i-70, from columbus, indianapolis. i-75, from cincinnati to knoxville. and i-40, from nashville to oklahoma city. flooding on i-15, from l.a. to salt lake city. and i-10, 25 and 40 across the southwest. >> and if you're flying, airport delays are possible in memphis, denver, salt lake city, las vegas and phoenix. >>> in other news this morning, an 8-year-old autistic boy has been found alive and well after running away from his school and spending more than 24 hours lost in the san bernadino mountains. >> joshua ross doesn't respond well to strangers. so, searchers had to play recordings of his father's voice and his favorite music. joshua's speech is limited. but rescuers say he immediately thanked them. >> we're in shock. he said thank you. >> he doesn't talk a whole lot. >> and then, he knew what to say. >> and we're so thankful and gr
has the power to fight it. >>> three in a car bombing in michigan are listed in serious condition. a 40-year-old father and his two sons were wounded about this blast. authorities are searching for clues on how the bomb was made and of course who may have planted it. >>> two of the cincinnati bengals are being investigated in possible involvement in a marijuana distribution ring. similarson and collins were questioned yesterday, after a package containing pot was delivered to her house. police found another six pounds of marijuana inside, as well as items used to distribute it. arrests are pending. >>> and speaking of nfl players, all of them are now on notice about faking injuries on the field. warnie league sent a war every team yesterday, amid some speculation that giants players faked being hurt monday night against the rams. that warning threatens fines and suspensions and loss of draft picks if players are found guilty. the giants players say the injuries were legit. >>> and turning to major league baseball. three of the eight postseason spots have now been claimed. we get t
in thursday prime time speech on creating jobs. he was in friendly territory today in detroit, michigan from fired up pro labor crud chanted 4 more year. president which will engtd republic conditions to put country before pert as he put it and offered a preview of his speech. >> we have got roads and bridges across this country. this need rebuilding. we have got private company with the equipment and the manpower to do the building. we have got more than 1 million up employed construction workers ready to get dirty writ now. >>reporter: president obama will also ask congress to stepped the payroll tax cut. we will air the speech live this thursday at 4:00 o'clock. >>> 2 republican front runners aim to up seat president obama next year turned up the heat on him and each other today. >> we didn't raise tax mrs. mrs. president. you raised taxes 500 billion dollars. we didn't cut medicare. one president in modern history cut medicare. this president. >> some people say i created jobs that's true. the there's one in particular that committed jobs all over the world. about while he was
to michigan. also showers, thunderstorms, along the east coast from maine done to the sunshine state. and thunderstorms in the plains, in the rockies, and mountain snow in colorado. >> ooh, snow. did you say snow? >> cold. >> damp 64, seattle. 74, in billings, 50s from fargo to chicago. dallas dips below 80 for the first time in months. 88 in new orleans. 73 here in new york. >> that ain't bad. 73. i'll take that any day. >> let's leave it like that. don't move. >> pause it. we need california weather all year round. that would be good. >>> here is something you don't hear every day. people taking heroic measures to save a bear. >> that's right. he was found on mt. rainier, a couple of weeks back, close to death. now vets decided he needed a blood transfusion which is rare for a bear, they got some blood from an older healthier bear and almost immediately the sick bear started getting better. >> he is gaining weight and said to be alert, active. if he continues to improve he will be released into the wild. >> i know you could care less. >> whatever. >> we'll be back with m
states with the fewest big disasters? maine, michigan and ironically this week at least, vermont. clearly mother nature doesn't always follow government statistics. and the locusts? they have to go somewhere. john berman, abc news, new york. >> thanks for watching tonight. we're always reporting on and check out "nightline's" exclusive interview with marc anthony later. ll see you tomorrow on "gma." have a good night. >>> investors ratchet up their case against a man accused of a ponzy scheme. >> and solyndra may have broken the law when it sent home without job autos protesters targeted bart now goes to battle in courts. tonight the pleas to a indictment. >> and a foreclosure crisis hits home for this woman, who could wind up homeless if the bank won't modify her loan. >>> good evening, a major class action lawsuit has been filed and could turn out to be the largest securities fraud in state history. >> it's a story first broke last week, thousands are out more than $700 million and dan noyes is live with the latest in this case. >> we told you fbi and sec are investigating
peninsula of michigan. showers meanwhile, from b burlingt burlington, vermont, to pittsburgh. >> 83 in salt lake city. and near 90 in albuquerque. dallas climbs to 102. chicago, 91. detroit, 85. 74 in boston. 84 in baltimore and 91 in new orleans. >> and coming up after the break, the report card that warns we are not for eady for another 9/11 attack. >>> and then why the suspect in the case of a missing american in aruba isn't getting out of jail any timim soon. >>> perhaps the nastiest story of the day. a mystery is afoot in vancouver where severed feet are washing ashore. >>> overseas markets are up this morning on good economic and financial news from the u.s. tokyo's nikkei average gained 99 points today. hong kong's hang seng is up more than 200. in london the ftse opened higher. on wall street the dow was up 53 1/2 points yesterday. the nasdaq index was up 3, however, it was the worst august in ten years for both indices. >>> washington says no to a major merger. the justice department is now suing to block at&t's acquisition of t-mobile. the government says the deal would decrease c
into new york and new england. some morning frost in wisconsin and the upper peninsula of michigan. showers and thunderstorms from southern california to vegas and the rockies. >> a wet 79 in salt lake city. 85 in albuquerque. 95 in sacramento. 70s from fargo to kansas city. upper r 60s from boston to atlanta. 91 in miami. >>> weather news does not stop there. japan is also reeling from some pretty extreme weather. heavavrain today in the wake of sunday's typhoon which was the worst that country has seen in seven years. at least 34 people have died. dozens are still missing. >> thousands of people have been stranded by washed-out bridges and roads. some 200,000 are still without electricity. it was just six months ago that the tsunami killed 21,000 people in japan. boy, hard-hit country for sure. >>> there has been another significant blow to al qaeda's top leadership. younis al mauritani is in custody after his capture by pakistani agents working with the cia. experts say al mauritani's role was to hit economic targets in the u.s. and around the globe. the capture appears to usher in a new
further questions about the government backed loan. michigan congressman fred upton relates some of those concerns to "good morning america." >> we have been raising questions about the get-go and it's bad news that we got today, they filed for bankruptcy and again, leaving the taxpayer holding the bag probably. >> "good morning america" will have more on the story later this morning. the company's public profile was boosted last year when president obama visited the company. he said it was a key part of his administration's green initiative. they initiated a blok post after the shutdown yesterday saying in part, we have always recognized that not every one of the innovative companies would succeed but we can't stop investing to game changing technologies that is key to the economy. they took a 42 price plunge this year mostly because of low priced chinese solar panel that has is backed by the chinese government. >>> solyndra plant closure will add to fremont's problems. three years ago they had a jobless rate of 4% but the recession hit and nummi plant closed ending 4500 more jobs and cu
overtime. the cold front pushing in. severe storm potential from iowa, through wisconsin, up to michigan. winds up to 80 miles an hour. and also a possibility of some large hail. from there, we turn our attention to the southern plains. you might need to sit down. cold front coming in. 90s today, but monday, 82. oklahoma city dropping from 97 to 77 by monday. taking a look across the big board, on the west southwest coast, nice. san fran, 72 degrees. eastern seaboard, >> we'll have another look at weather in a few minutes. bianna? >> all right, scott, thanks. >>> now to a mystery in ohio that has police there trying to get to the bottom of things. how did thousands of pairs of ladies underwear end up scattered all along a road in a cincinnati suburb? here's abc's dan kloeffler. >> reporter: call it the cotton conundrum. the people of lancaster, ohio, woke up to 1600 pairs of women's underwear strewn across their town. from the minnie mouse variety to lingerie. this panty puzzler has this whole town in a knot. >> somebody's missing something. >> this comes from one woman's home? she has q
and find work in a tough industry known for long hours and low pay. >> the families of michigan mis go fishermen are vowing to continue to search for them. the erik sank during a storm on the night of july 3rd. survivors hung on to whatever they could waiting for 12 hours before they were scud. they found one body but stopped look for several heroes. the families paid a private company to do an underwater search. >> just understanding the lay of the land we're coming up what we consider hot spots to do our search. >> the group find our fathers received a check from a recent chevy restaurant fund-raiser that are help finance the next search. >> typhoon talas went over western japan killing 20 people. thousands were stranded as the heavy rains turned towns into lakes. 50 people are missing and dozens more injured. evacuation orders have been eibd to more than 400,000 people in the region. >>> about what the unusual surf off the coast? >> it's letting up but it won't be as bad as it was over the weekend. hope you have a fun time and see pockets of sunshine developing there. you can see ho
site on lake michigan. the mix of cool air and warm lake water spawned water spouts. then the spouts moved on shore and there's no reports of injuries or damage out there. jeff martinez is in for leigh glaser. looks like autumn is here. >> jeff: yes. what a difference a day makes. temperatures about 20 degrees cooler today than yesterday. beautiful shot from our sutro cam in high definition, looking at the city there, and beautiful evening, a little on the cool side. the clouds are rolling in as our next storm system is approaching. as i mentioned, the temperatures were quite a bit cooler today than what they were yesterday. we had highs today in the 70s most areas, versus 90s and 100s. lots of 70s, places like liver oh, 101 degrees. today, 76. so 25-degree difference. same thing for morgan hill. so 20 degrees cooler. nice onshore flow, cool air off the ocean. that's the weather story for the next day or so as our storm system is heading our direction. not a big storm. we're looking for scattered showers, mainly up in the north bay, and your temperatures right now, not too bad. lots
. in the u.s., that means from eastern texas, crossing up through michigan. or possibly just south of florida. >> it's just not under control at all. and that makes it very difficult to predict where it's going to come down. >> reporter: space junk falling out of the sky is more common that you might imagine. it's been raining down on us for 50 years. from the piece of sputnik iv that landed in wisconsin, to parts of a cosmos rocket that landed in kansas, texas and oklahoma. even part of a booster rocket that landed in wyoming this past march. the best-known space litter is skylab, which fell into western australia in 1979. but in 1997, a fragment of material from a delta rocket actually landed on a person. lottie may williams, while she was out for a walk in tulsa, oklahoma. >> i started running. then, as i took off, it hit the ground. and it sounded metallic. >> reporter: she may have been surprised. but she wasn't hurt. so, what advice does the only known victim of falling space junk have for the rest of us? >> my advice is to be outside. if you see it comin
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.m. eastern, and diane sawyer exclusive. >>> coming up, a michigan pharmacist gets in trouble trying to defend himself. >> see what he did when robbers stormed the store and why it cost him his job. you are watching "world news now." cost him his job. you are watching "world news now." look to call the no good deed goes unpunished file. about a former pharmacist at walgreen's. >> he defended thehetore during a robbery attempt. as dan harris reports, that turned out to be a big mistake. >> reporter: it all plays out on this harrowing surveillance video from a walgreen's pharmacy in michigan. it's 4:30 in the morning on may 8, mother's day. jeremy hoven, a 36-year-old pharmacist, is sorting medications behind the counter. then it begins. twtwarmed men wearing masks enter. immediately they start pointing their guns at one of the workers. hoven tries to call 911. >> seconds later i saw a manager with the gunman. the gunman saw me. and i saw him. >> reporter: the gunman leaps over the counter, turns and aims his begun at hoven. >> i feared for my life. the gunman repeatedly at
spouts around lake michigan. very active weather over the weekend. storms, rain, the whole thing. that doesn't go way the first part of this week. you get a shot of warm air by the time we get to the five-day plan. 71 on thursday, the break in that. cooler air, 61 on friday. everybody else's weather here. it's warm on the eastern into board. it's the 8 ons as far north at new york today. it's stormy into the northwest. after the fog this morning, the southwest will get a warmup >> all that weather was brought to you by toyota. robin? george? >> sam, thank you. you have a twinkle in your eye still. thanks, sam. >>> coming up, the very private side of a modern monarch. prince william revealing what his grandmother is really like. ♪ don't you cry ♪ soon the sun ♪ is going to shine ♪ [ male announcer ] toyota presents the prius family. ♪ walk if i want, talk if i want ♪ [ male announcer ] there's the original one... the bigger one... the smaller one... and the one that plugs in. they're all a little different, just like us. i can't believe any pizza hut pizza is now just
wouldn't believe, some for as low as $10,000 like this in detroit michigan with 1500 square feet of living space n chicago we found a comfortable place for about $20,000 for the same time you can get this roomy house in indianapolis. >> so if you are a prospective buyer, don't obsess over whether or not interest rates are going to fluctuate. they probably will but right now is a really sweet time to get into the market. >> reporter: any time you get a great deal like this be sure to read the fine print. >> come into a big open living room/dining room area. >> reporter: the prices are real but you might have to deal with short sale proceedings. >> foreclosures, short sales, great options for a prospective buyer. you want a top notch credit sale and cold, hard cash. >> reporter: if y y're looking for something brand new. >> new furnace, color choices, what you want at a price that isn't any more than that used home all hoe it is smaller. >> reporter: tom hignight hsays the price is tiny too. at less than $90,000. >> as a home builder if we want to stay competitive, we had to sign s
is covering 100,000 acres. parts of wisconsin, the upper peninsula of michigan, and northern illinois are now shrouded in gray, smoggy haze. 150 camper actually had to be evacuated, and on top of that, people with respiratory problems are being urged by officials to stay indoors. >> look at all that smoke. my goodness. >>> and here is your wednesday weather -- thuhunderstorms from pittsburgh and cincinnati down to louisville, memphis, st. louis, little rock. morning freeze watches and warnings from the dakotas to wisconsin. showers and thunderstorms in the rockies, vegas, l.a., and the sierra range. >> 86 in sacramento. 76 in salt lake city. and 58 in colorado springs. 56 in the twin cities. 60s from omaha to detroit. 84 in new york. 90 in atlanta. and 91 in miami. >>> it seems that we have sweets on the brain today. >> yes. >> here's a feel-good story about one of our favorite birthday cakes. >> who doesn't love a birthday cake? hats off and a big well done to the bakers of free cakes for kids out of spokane, washington. they are baking cakes for kids whose parents can't afford one. >> the f
for nearly a month. it's now shrouding parts of wisconsin, michigan and illinois. haze so bad, the milwaukee brewers had to close the roof of their stadium during last night's game. it's hard to find a place in this country, at this point, that is not suffering from these wildfires. >> all right, josh. thanks so much. >>> now, to the infants who survived a grueling operation. they were born joined together. now, most twins born this way rarely live long enough to make itito the operating room. but that's not true for these babies, who made it through one of the most complex surgeries ever performed at a tennessee hospital. these are the first pictures of miracle babies joshua and jacob. beating the odds to become one of only two dozen successfully separated conjoined twins in the world. they were born last january at le bonheur children's hospital in memphis, tennessee. just 34 weeks old. as this x-ray taken in the womb demonstrates, they were attached at the lower spine, as well as the pelvis. an extremely rare form of conjoined. only 15% are connected this way. the separation surgery took
." this woman was at a nascar race at the michigan international speedway. she took off her wedding ring to put on lotion and gets back home, oh, wait a minute, where is the ring? i think i left it. so then she gets on facebook, on the track's facebook page, if you find a ring, please contact me, 13 diamonds on it, i've been married 16 years, some crew member ends up fininng the ring, giving it back to her, calls it up and gives it. >> i love these missing wedding ring stories. a guy accidentally threw it in the trash and he went through all the trash bags in the local landfill and found the wedding ring. >> that's love. >> that is love. >> that's love. >>> speaking of love, this next story is adorable. there's a couple who's going back to the waldorf for their 50th anniversary because they had their honeymoon there in 1961. >> one of new york's swankiest hotelsls. jfk's first year of his holding court at the copa cabana in new york. turns out the waldorf astoria will honor a honeymoon receipt for your 50th anniversary if you have your receipt. it only costs them $23 to stay at the waldorf asto
. there are plenty of questions and few answers about a car bombing in michigan injured a father and his two sons on tuesday evening. they remain hospitalized in serious condition. authorities are searching for clues about how the bomb was made and who might have planted it. >>> suburban milwaukee, a couple of guys are denying they are heroes after saving a man's life. police dash cam video shows the scene as cpr was being performed on a bus driver who lost consciousness while behind the wheel. the business partners saw the bus go through a stop. that's when they knew something was wrong so they took action. >> we were wondering, what is the bus doing? why isn't it stopping? then we're like, there's no bus driver. >> braked and slowed down the bus and stopped it, threw it in park, checked for a pulse. >> incredible. they started cpr until an ambulance crew arrived. the victim was revived. the two special needs children on the bus weren't hurt. thankfully. wow. >> good samaritans. >> could have ended in tragedy. >> no kidding, wow. >>> here's a look now at your thursday weather. rain along the eas
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